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, a discussion about the use of enhanced interrogation techniques in the hunt for osama bin laden, after that, the moderator for the 2012 presidential and vice president of the eight talk about their roles in the impact of twitter and other social media. now, a former cia officials for the george w. bush administration defend the use of enhanced interrogations' in the search for osama bin laden. michael hitt and joins former cia counsel who provides the bush administration on interrogations'. . and jose rodriguez. the american enterprise institute hosts this 90 minute of that. >> good morning. welcome to this morning's panel. separating fact from fiction. i am a member of a task force on detention and interrogation policy. captain bigelow's recent film sparked controversy. recentryn bigelow's film sparked controvery. its graphic depiction of eight torture. for the most part, the outrage has come from the left. you are a conservative like me, when you see the washington left with the hollywood left, your temptation is to sit back and destroyed a fight. -- and enoy the fight. that is why many o
that osama bin laden was killed. >> we both engaged him several more times, and then rolled off and then continued clearing the room. >> pelley: when you say you "engaged him," what do you mean? >> fired. >> pelley: you shot him? yeah. employee: ok great news. we can help people get term life insurance for as low as $16 a month. wha... what were you guys thinking? lucy: i think it should be five cents. charlie: yeah, it should be five cents. employee: we can't do five cents. lucy: it should be five cents. employee: everything can't be five cents. anncr: get term life insurance starting at $16 a month. call 1-888-metlife to apply and buy today. and it feels like your lifeate revolves around your symptoms, ask your gastroenterologist about humira adalimumab. humira has been proven to work for adults who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief, and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tu
pelley. welcome to "60 minutes presents." tonight, you will hear from one of the men who shot osama bin laden. mark owen recently left the navy's elite counter-terrorism unit, seal team six. "mark owen" is not his real name, but it's the name that he used to write his book "no easy day" about the assault on bin laden's compound. we first brought you his story in september. owen was on the helicopter that crashed into the compound. he was the second man in bin laden's bedroom. and he took the pictures of the body that the world has never seen. owen received a silver star for valor and a purple heart for a wound suffered in the raid. but despite all that, owen told us, in his only interview, that "no easy day" is not about him. he says it's a tribute to the hundreds of americans who gathered intelligence, planned and trained in the ten-year pursuit of the world's most wanted man. seal team six, he told us, just took care of the last 40 minutes. was this a mission... was the plan to kill osama bin laden or capture him, before you went in? >> mark owen: this was absolutely not a kill-only m
. there were directly involved in the cia integration and detention program. also the hunt for osama bin laden. mike is the former director of the national security agency and the director of the intelligence agency. i got to know him back in 2006, when i was asked to write the president's speech revealing the existence of the interrogation program. he was very kind to give me access to all the intelligence and introduced me to the men and women who conducted the interrogation. but he is not only one of the smartest people i know. he is one of the most compelling witnesses. when he came into the office, the program had been suspended. he was not involved in its initial creation. he conducted a partial assessment. he gathered all the information and had to advise the president whether or not to restart it. he concluded he could not advise the president not to have an interrogation program. we will ask him to explain why that is. jose rodriguez is the former director of the cia service. he was an undercover officer, becoming the head of the cia's counter-terrorism center. including the interroga
sola con una cÁmara a pakistan, y llegÓ al lugar donde matarono a osama bin laden, el viaje estuvo cargada con riesgos y venÍa la policia la siguiÓ en todo momento. vamos a verlo. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> pakistÁn no es un destino turÍstico comÚn. pero detrÁs de su fachada hostil, hay una gran riqueza cultural, y los picos mÁs altos del mundo, poniendo los temores a un lado viajo sola al paÍs, y documento mi experiencia con precauciÓn. mi primera parada, es a botabag, donde fue abatido osama bin laden. >>> tenemos que ir con cuidado. hay mucha presencia militar, creo que nadie me querÍa traer para acÁ. >>> el terrorista mÁs buscado del mundo, estaba en esta pacifica y verde ciudad, con colegios y establecimientos militares, y hasta iglesias de diferentes nominaciones, mientras recorremos un parque, mi guÍa habla de bin laden. >>> sorpresivamente un hombre, quizÁ un informante haciendose pasar por civil nos interrumpe. >>> en el momento que vi que se acercaron a mi guÍa, me di cuenta que definitivamente no es un lugar de sentirse muy confiado. >>> antes de irnos ali termina
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. >> a navy s.e.a.l. opening the doors to the secret world of the guys who took down osama bin laden. >>> in recent years, most of the stories written about oscar pistorius centered around his drive to beat the fastest runners in the world despite being born without functional legs. now all anyone cares about is what drove this olympian to shoot his girlfriend four time in the early hours of valentine's day. after being accused of premeditated murder, he released his side of the story for the first time today and abc's reporter has the details. >> reporter: it is the mysterious valentine's day shooting that has shocked the world. paralympic mega star oscar pistorius is accused of killing his cover girlfriend. >> when you make your exit, it is so important. >> reporter: now this recredibly taped reality show featuring the model added to the nation's heart break when it aired unseen footage on south african tv. >> so many amazing memories and things that are in here. >> reporter: but today, oscar pistorius is calling her brutal death a tragic mistake. the track star appeared in court s
can be. >>> ever since the sunday night when president obama told the world of osama bin laden's demise, curiosity about the navy s.e.a.l.s who killed him has been insatiable. now one former high level officer is pulling back a bit more of the curtain, describing what these men go through to become a s.e.a.l. >> reporter: this used to be something none of us were meant to see. much less videotape and put on television. the navy s.e.a.l.s didn't only operate in the shadows. they trained in them, too. their whole story stayed shrouded in mystery. their secret missions stayed secret to the rest of us. but when they got osama bin laden, and when they're snatching back an american cargo ship captain taken by pirates and rescuing two aid workers in somalia, then it is like the s.e.a.l.s are headline makers. add to that that some of them are writing books about s.e.a.l. adventures, even acting in a movie about the s.e.a.l. experience, which by the way, live bullets, that's what they used when they made "act of valor," and you can no longer quite call them the military unit that no one
, which hasn't happened in six centuries. the man who says he killed osama bin laden reveals how his family lives in fear and what the government's protection. >> and murder in chicago have the city in shock. the killing of a 15-year-old girl, gunned down just days after performing at president obama's inauguration. her funeral was yesterday. let's go to ted rowlands with >> reporter: they have made arrests arrests of two of them. they were both picked up on saturday night. they've now been charged with one count of murder and two counts of murder plus some weapons violations. michael ward according to police, the 18-year-old, has confessed to killing high dia pendleton by accident. he thought there were rival gang members in the group and opened fire. he didn't realize he was opening fire on a 15-year-old and her friends after they had just completed a final exam in high school. ward said that he got out of a car, shot the individuals under this overhang in a park, and then was taken away in a getaway car by williams. according to police, nobody stepped forward. the break in the cas
again. >> thank you, neil. >> neil: seeking justice for the good doctor who helped bring osama bin laden to justice. the pakistanis have himming locked up. meet the business guy who says, that is messed up. come sunday he wants these guys to speak up. s ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? >> neil: apparently we got some snow. folks in new england are bracing for the third straight weekend of heavy snow, as what has become routine, another blizzard. to mike tobin in nebraska. this is getting over the top. >> people are kind of digging out slowly, and by slowly, i say that because people took the day off work, they were out of school, so the traffic is back out on the road. the sun is out and the roads are wet. they may become a little treacherous when the sun goes down and the temperatures drop. but the road crews are giving credit to the people who elected to stay home and stay off the roads. they were able to get out and do their jobs without any kind of hi
of president obama's first term that is ranked more popular with the american people than killing osama bin laden, the only thing more popular than that was his decision to end the war in iraq. within days of taking office, president obama also issued an executive order, making clear that anything the previous administration did to cast some pseudo legal veneer over torture, that was over. that executive order made clear that torture was and is illegal. the president also ordered that the cia stop operating secret prisons around the world. after moving quickly, as i mentioned in the war in iraq, the new president also moved eventually toward ending the war in afghanistan as well. the end of that war is still ahead, but it is on its way. there is, though, one vestige of the previous administration that it's not only remarkable that it's still around, it's remarkable that it's still around because everybody thought it would be gone by now. everybody left, right, and center thought it would be again not just by now, but they thought it would be gone early on in the first term of the obama pres
of osama bin laden, getting people out of iraq. these are serious things. and then you have life of pi that speaks to us on a spiritual level. i am excite thrilled that movie has nominations. >> let's get to the ones we are here to talk about today. first of all lincoln. he has warned the two factions of congress, he wants to get slavery abolished. it has been used as maybe a model for our own president having problem with partisan issues. >> yes that, is right. >> let's take a look at lincoln here... . >> she is so good, she really is. >> and so is tommy lee jones. >> and everything i ever read about mary todd lincoln is in the movie. it makes people want to look it up and get educated about lincoln. that by itself is enough to thank the academy. >> and daniel-day lewis is up for a best actor. >> yes. >> 12 nominations in thfilm. >> yes. and "argo" is about the plot to get not the hostages persave but the people in the embassy out of iran. you will like this one. >> yes. it goes quickly. it is not one of those long movies. you get emotionally connected and excited. what could be bet
a osama bin laden y la policía la sigbuió e todo momento, vaommos a verlo. >> pakistán no es un destino t r turistiístico,pero sí se esconda gran riqueza cultura y los picos maás altos del mundo y poniend l los temores al lado, viajo al a país, llego al lgugar donde fu a abatido bosama bin laden. >> acá hay mucha presencia mil t militar uy nadie me quería trae para acá. >> el terrorista estaba en esta ciudad, repleta de colegios y a ha hasta iglesias de varias noom c nominaciones, mi guía habla de osama bin laden. >> soprensisivamenrpresivamentee se hizo pasar por civil, nos interrumbe. >> cuando vierne que venía pará, no es un lugar de sentirse co i confiado. >> dice que no cree que acá vi i vivió un liíder de alcaal qaed. >> si lo mataron aquí, debieron mostrar el cuerpo, no creemos que osama bin laden taestaba aá. >> no lejos de allí, nos encon r encontramos con el letrero azu. >> está el jugador más famoso e del país y al lado está escrito bim y batidos. >> no encuquedan escombros d a casa de bim y me dice que las u auto autoridades tienen prohibidoos q q
reasons for the i don't think reasons. and then do you remember the guy who shot osama bin laden. >> bin-laden was confronted by the navy seals in his bedroom. his youngest wife by his side. >> the guy who shot him is not getting any health benefits from the u.s. military. outrageous. then we'll go inside the fiscal cliff to tell what you happened. >> he said i'm giving you $100 billion in tax revenue what do i get for it? the president said nothing. >> all right new front line documentary on that great new information. and then dorner, the man they're doing the manhunt for here in los angeles. >> i'm going to look in these allegations again. we're going to reopen the investigation and take a look at what--at all the facets of that investigation. >> i know it's a good story but i'm glad to see "magnum p.i." coming over from hawai'i to do that investigation. >> i believe everyone in america believes this moment when we got bin-laden. >> obama: tonight i can report to the people of america and to the world that our operations killed owe sam bin. sow sam bin-laden. no americans were killed.
osama bin laden reveals how his family lives in fear and what the government's protection. >> and murder in chicago have the city in shock. the killing of a 15-year-old girl, gunned down just days after performing at president obama's inauguration. her funeral was yesterday. let's go to ted rowlands with the latest in chicago. what do we know? >> the death of hadiya pendalson has struck a nerve not only in chicago but across the country. tonight, they have two men in custody. one is an 18-year-old man, the other, a 20-year-old man. both are members of a chicago gang. according to a police source, there was no witness who came forward to break this case. police officers worked on tips and were able to go out and find win witnesses. they do not have the murder weapon, according to the source. the charges that the two young men face, one charge of murder. two charges each of attempted murder, and some weapons violations. we're waiting for a press conference at the bottom of the hour with more details, but two arrests in the death of hadiya pendleton. >> do we know what kind of evidence poli
he killed osama bin laden reveals how his family now lives in fear and without the government's support you might expect. we begin with breaking news. in chicago, two men have been charged with the shooting of this high school student gunned down just days after performing at president obama's inauguration. her funeral was saturday. police gave a news conference earlier tonight. let's go to ted rowlands in chicago. >> the death of hadiya pendalson has struck a nerve not only in chicago but across the country. tonight, they have two men in custody. they were both picked up on saturday night on suspicion and have been charged with one count of murder each, and two counts of attempted murder each, plus some weapons violations. michael ward, according to police, has confessed to killing her by accident. he says he approached a group of people he thought also had rival gang members in the group, and opened fire. he didn't realize that he was opening fire on a 15-year-old and her friends after they had just completed a final exam in high school. ward said he got out of a car, shot t
is one of the men who shot osama bin laden. tonight, you will hear his account of the raid on bin laden's compound. are these guys yelling and charging up the stairs? is there a lot of action? how is it unfolding? >> you know, it's... it's not like the movies. movies make it out to be, you know, loud and crazy and everybody's yelling. it's quiet, calm. >> pelley: you're walking up the stairs. >> yep, nice and slow. we have a saying, you know-- "don't... don't run to your death." it's extremely rare to hear from a member of seal team six. but mark owen walks us through the most important counter- terrorism strike in u.s. history, including the moment that osama bin laden was killed. >> we both engaged him several more times, and then rolled off and then continued clearing the room. >> pelley: when you say you "engaged him," what do you mean? >> fired. >> pelley: you shot him? yeah. employee: ok great news. we can help people get term life insurance for as low as $16 a month. wha... what were you guys thinking? lucy: i think it should be five cents. charlie: yeah, it should be five cents.
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also highlight the salim hamdan case, the supposed driver of osama bin laden. as a demonstration of how the military commissions exhibited enormous independence. >> it is the signature case for this up for so far because it is the first one that ended up going to trial, the first case that went to the supreme court in 2006. it was the first contested try that yielded a conviction and also the first military commissions conviction to be examined by federal court. it really is the premier way to look at this whole idea of prosecuting suspected terrorists through a new justice system. hamdan peÑa california was the driver of osama bin laden. he never denied it. -- salim hamdan was the driver of osama bin laden. he never denied it. one of the most serious suspects were held secretly by the cia somewhere else. the military prosecutors had to pick from those available to them. after several candidates were removed for various political or other reasons, they settled on prosecuting salim hamdan a sort of a stand in for osama bin laden. hamdan had the trust of bin laden, was a bodyguard as wel
. a lot of us would agree if we had an opportunity to take out osama bin laden with special forces or drone in pakistan, our self defense right would give us the right to take action. it has moved well beyond that. there is now a situation where the president is the judge, jury and executioner. it is thornier of who is on the target list and the system of checks and balances according to the constitutional system of government. the time for review of how we make these decisions is long overdue. it should involve congress. i think more actively than it does right now. also, i think there should be some judicial participation as well. >> i'm getting a sense you believe that one person regardless of republican or democrat shouldn't be afforded all that power in a single set of hands. >> that's right. i feel that quite strongly. this is not about bush or obama. we have to give the commander in chief some flexibility. he more than anyone else has the responsibility to keep us safe. there are enormous questions of how that hopower will be used. >> i have a question. what about the target
shot and killed osama bin laden is leaving the military, without a pension or any health benefits. he told his story to esquire magazine and the center for investigating reporting, identified only as the shooter. he describes the moment when he pointed his gun at osama bin laden. >> i shot him once in the forehead and another time in the forward and then a in -- in the forehead and then once again. >> he says he's struggling to file a disability claim. the shooter also claims that he has no protection for himself or his family from possible retaliation, and he has trained his own children to hide in the bathtub. >>> coming up, a bay area mom turned amateur detective. how she broke open a college crime ring when police said they were too busy. >>> why a major insurance company may now turn you down if you own a certain kind of dog. >>> and a popular kind of booze that's being watered down. >>> another mild day today. widespread 60's but find out what one day in my seven-day forecast seven-day forecast will likely see some 70's. come p >>> one
controversy, as we report. >> controversy surrounding "the zero dark 30," portraying the hunt for osama bin laden." -- osama bin laden. >> a vote for that film would be a vote for these things that it would be against. i do not think it was helped at all. >> hollywood has also been buzzing about "argo." it has won top prices -- top prizes at the golden globe and is favored to win the oscar for best picture, but the star and a director was not nominated for best director. >> there is probably also an element of resentment over the fact that this i
of rough interrogation in the hunt for osama bin laden. ed asnor urged academy voters to snub the show. comparing it to nazi propaganda, a letter by dianne feinstein and john mcclain and claiming that the movie is grossly inaccurate and misleading that torture resulted in information that led to the location of osama bin laden. "wall street journal" editorial member matt cominski joins us now. is this going to hurt the oscar chances? >> it certainly hurt the award season. sentiment shifted and dates back to christmas release the letters from the senators. it is one of the best reviewed films. it has done well at the box office but it's defined as the torture film. it's been hijacked by the politics of torture and far more so in washington. >> paul: you met with bole and what is his argument. he thinks this is unfair? >> he is frustrated. and remember this is film about an event that took place less than two years ago. you can't speak for a film that tries to do something similar. he a former journalist and broke news on the film how the c.i.a. piece this had totaling and how frustratin
it inspired. >>> plus what it was like to go after osama bin laden as in the movie zero dark 40. m, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> tonight on a second look we're looking at the real life events that inspired some of this year's oscar nominated movies. one of those is argo which tells the story of a secret operation to rescue six americans from iran. the crisis began on november 4, 1979 when iranian students overran the u.s. embassy. they would take 52 americans hostage and hold them for 444 days. the students acted under the direction of radical islamic clergymen seeking power after the shaw of iran stepped aside. during the 1880 presidential campaign the story gripped the nation. here's our coverage from the first days of the iranian hostage crisis. >> reporter: courtyard of the embassy in tyran. as they do five times each day the students pray facing mecca. while they chant their prayers, the 60 americans and 40 asians
investigating the former u.s. navy seal who shot and killed osama bin laden. the former seal spoke to esquire magazine this month. the military wants to know if he leaked clived information. -- classified information. the u.s. raided osama bin laden's compound. he said despite killing the world's most. ed terrorist, he was not given a pension, healthcare or protection for his family after returning home. >>> vice president joe biden has point-blank advice for parents. >> you don't need 30 rounds to protect yourself. buy a shotgun. buy a shotgun. >> he recommended parents buy a shotgun for people who want to protect themselves. the vice president suggested that parents keep weapons unloaded and on the top shelf where children can't get them and made the point to set up a facebook town hall yesterday hosted by parent's magazine. >>> a deal is reached in virginia. they reached a compromise on the state's gas tax and a 1% fuel tax. the deal could get full house and senate votes by the end of the week. more people are flocking to propaid phones. the consulting firm found one in three are opting t
dark thirty. it depicts the 10-year mano hunt for osama bin laden and some claim the use of torture is inaccurate. >>> and the d.c. commission on the art comes humanities is discusses will -- arts of humanity is discussing the history of the lincoln theater. the new operator will have to take control of programming, marketing and management. >>> just ahead, it was the highway patrol of their vacation and ended in tragedy. a hot air balloon talls 1,000 fight from -- falls 1,000 feet from the sky. and later, drivers might be ticketed for driving too slow. >> the sealion no scaredy cat. it delivered a smack down to the croc dial and showed the croc who is boss. who is boss. >>> a midair tragedy with deadly results, a hot air balloon speeded in egypt, sending 21 people plunging to the ground. fox news correspondent leland iter has details from jerusalem. >> reporter: a deadly disaster a thousand feet in the sky and a hot air plop falling over -- flying over luxor caught fire and crashed j. the balloon was landing and some workers were holding the balloon ropes. one rope cut off the heli
the summary, 300 pages. >> let me ask it you this question. were the eits key to the takedown of osama bin laden? >> chairman, the report right now still remains classified. and the report has been provided to the agency for comments. there clearly were a number of things, many things that i read in that report that were very concerning and disturbing to me. and one that i would want to look into immediately, if i were to be confirmed as cia director, it talked about mismanagement of the program and misrepresentationtation, and providing inaccurate information, and it was rather damning in a lot of its language as far as the nature of these activities that were carried out. i am eager to see the agency's response to that report. i read those 300 pages, and i look forward, if confirmed, to reading the entire 6,000 page volume, because it is of such gravity and importance. but chairman, i do not yet have, and nor has the cia finished it's review of this information. that committee's report was done obviously over an extended period of time. and a tremendous amount of work that has gone into
that killed osama bin laden. he speaks for the first time, what he says about coming face-to-face with the world's most-wanted trift. why he's decided to speak about you it now. >> plus, michael finney taking your questions owe and will answer them here live. you can contact michael at facebook.com/michael finney abc 7. >> and getting a check of traffic you're looking at san francisco skyway. trying to make your way east it's slow going. but quite the opposite for drivers heading south towards 101 and beyond. stay with us. abc 7 news at 4:00 continues right after this. >>> a new government sturdy reveals one in five of us have a maift yaik on the credit report and found 20% had an error issued by three major agencies. 5% errors could lead to them paying more for mortgages, or other products. ftc says it emphasizes importance of regularly checking the reports. >> speculation is heating up that apple is working on a smart watch. "new york times" and wall street jurnt are reporting apple is expeer meanting with a device maid with curved glass. smart watches exist, the pebble
the top of the hour and he is the navy seal who killed osama bin laden. for the first time since that raid he is breaking his silence. you want to hear this the incredible details of that night are coming right up. >> major changes heading for the nfl it could effect every player on the field. that story coming up. ♪ >> in just a few hours democrats will push heyed with chuck hagel's nomination to be defense secretary. the senate armed services community will hold despite widespread concern from republicans. it comes as they did not disclose at least two recent speeches on the middle east on disclosure forms. a white house aid said that he did not try to hide anything. lawmakers accusing the federal government of hiding the real reason five veterans died. an investigation revealed a breakdown in protocol meaning that the outbreak likely could have been prevented. patti anne? >> the navy seal who killed osama bin laden during that raid is breaking his silence. one of america's bravest heros says he feels abandoned by the military. >> good morning. he is referred to only as the shooter in
seal background. >> i team tracks down a man who claims he killed osama bin laden and some people that fell for the story. >> if you're not a helicopter parent you might be a snow >>> more than a thousand people recovering after a t exploded and crashed to earth in russia. that is the blast. it was so loud some russians thought it was the end of the world, it exploded above ground in siberia. scientists sate had the force of 20 atomic bombs. 1,000 people suffered injuries most because of glass from shattered windows. ,000 buildings were damaged as well. and part of the roof collapsed. >> it set off a sonic boom. and anything that passed is going to feel that and shake. >> the meteor going about 33 miles per hour the largest chunk left a hole in the ice. >> it's just staggering you can't help but watch and wonder could that happen here? odds are quite small that a space object will strike your town but this map shows every is filled out. >> that is more than you'd like to think. >> yes. i,q watching that video two things cross your mind of course you just said can it happen here? w
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